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Tuesday music picks: HAAM Benefit Day, Phillip Phillips

Staff Writer
Austin 360

HAAM Benefit Day. The full list of more than 100 performances to benefit Heath Alliance for Austin Musicians is on HAAM’s website and mobile app, but some of the best shows are at various Whole Foods stores around town. The flagship Sixth and Lamar location kicks things off at 6 a.m. with Elizabeth McQueen and includes performances by Quiet Company, Terri Hendrix & Lloyd Maines, Shelley King, Bob Livingston and others. Highlights at other Whole Foods locations include Betty Soo at the Domain, Strings Attached at Arbor Trails, Michael Fracasso at Bee Caves and Ponty Bone & the Squeezetones at Gateway. Free (donations accepted). 6 a.m. to 1 a.m. benefitday.myhaam.org. — Peter Blackstock

Also: Also among the prime participating HAAM Benefit Day businesses is Waterloo Records, which features a 5 p.m. record-release party for local piano legend Marcia Ball’s new Alligator Records disc “The Tattooed Lady and the Alligator Man” that will also be live-streamed on the store’s website. … A late add to the schedule is a show at the Belmont by the Zombies, following up on their Monday night appearance at the All-ATX British Invasion Concert. Proceeds from sales of tickets (still available at $25) benefit HAAM. … 2012 “American Idol” winner Phillip Phillips, touring behind his sophomore album “Behind the Light,” plays the outdoor stage at Stubb’s with Christian Burghardt. … Young Toronto rapper Tory Lanez plays a Red Bull Sound Select show at the Parish.